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Seth Zenz | Imperial College London | UK

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What Went on My Research Page

Remember when I was wondering, “What Goes on My Research Page?” Well, I finally decided what to put on it and got it posted:

Seth Zenz – Princeton University Department of Physics

Let me know what you think!


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  • Xezlec

    It’s interesting that you singled out the Higgs spin measurement there for mention as an interest. That’s pretty specific. I would think it might not be long before that interest is out of date.

    Aside from that, I don’t have much to say except that after reading that you are a “Dicke Fellow”, I discovered that I am apparently 12 years old.

  • http://www.problemsinelectrodynamics.com Clive Berdaddl

    Hey Setz, just had a quick look at your page. I’d suggest that you make the text a little shorter and also put links to your papers – journal page, arxiv (if possible) and also a direct pdf link. This makes it much more easy for others to follow what you are doing. Good luck!

  • http://www.thesexyuniverse.com Cameron Hoppe

    I think it’s great that you were able to put anything together at all. There’s this assumption in grad school that you have some over-riding interest to drive your research, even though most of us are just happy to find anything nobody else has done.

    You’re going to be a great researcher and a great physicist. Good Luck!